The Smartest Guy Ever and Pushy Parenting

Abe went to a chess tournament last Sunday afternoon. The tournament was great for him as he played with several strong opponents. Although the tournament last until evening, it’s no problem for us since we were no far away from home.

A chess tournament on a Sunday afternoon

A chess tournament on a Sunday afternoon

On the way back home, I believe, I heard an interesting story from the NPR, a public radio station. At first, I heard “Tiger Mother”. Oh, more on Pushy Parenting, I thought. Then I heard that this guy’s IQ was estimated to be 50 to 100 points higher than Albert Einstein’s. Then, this guy entered Harvard University at age 11 while being qualified for admission when he was nine. What a child prodigy!  If you are interested to hear the story, click here.


2 Comments to “The Smartest Guy Ever and Pushy Parenting”

  1. By Hayden Ryder, February 2, 2011 @ 5:09 am

    Undoubtedly. All things are difficult before they are easy :roll:

  2. By Caleb Miers, February 2, 2011 @ 5:10 am

    I am of a different opinion. Be swift to hear, slow to speak 😯

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